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    Mariel1530 posted:
    am 6 weeks and 4 days well last night me and my boyfriend had sex and i saw that i was bleeding it wasnt red blood it was light pink and i wipe by self 3 times and it went away this morning when i went to the bathroom it was light brown. and i starting getting really scared because i had 2 miscarrages before and how i knew i was having them is because light pink would come down and am not cramping or anything can anybody please help
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Spotting after sex is common. Brown blood is old blood.


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